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BYTE Wireless Radio: Talking Hollywood Tablet on Episode 021

Amazon has not one, but two and perhaps three new tablet coming out. BWR has the details.

This week, hosts Craig Johnston, Fritz Nelson and I talk pretty deeply about Windows Phone 7 and how it weighs in. And we dig deeply into confirmed reports of two new Amazon color tablets, code-named Coyote and Hollywood, due this year. How will the higher-end quad-core Tegra3-based "Hollywood" streaming movie system work? How does Cloud Drive play in? What does it mean for enterprise? Tune in and hear our analysis.

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